I was born and spent my formative years in India, a country rich in tradition and culture. As with any society, some traditions stay and some fade away. In my work I strive to keep those memories alive and vibrant because I believe they are important part of history and need preservation. I want to keep those lost traditions alive through my art. I studied Horticulture in colleges at Pune, India and Lincoln, Nebraska. Horticulture is a study of fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants. I like to incorporate my love of plants in my artwork too. Most of my artwork has some depiction of plants either real or abstract.
I like to experiment with different types of mediums. I am drawn towards creating texture in my artwork. I use different mediums like watercolor, acrylic, metal, digital art, photography, concrete, encaustic, wood burning as well as oil to convey my ideas. Currently I am exploring the use of found objects in my art. A fallen leaf, a piece of broken glass, a stick, or a dried flower all have become an inspiration for my art.